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Aug 12, 2019

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Janet Catmull

Hi Tim, I admire your painting style and just finished watching a critique from your Sept. 15, 2019 paint-along. I found it so beneficial that I signed up for the Dec. 15th online workshop and am very excited about it! I have a question: What do you think about the idea that since the foreground of a scene is closest to the viewer it should be in more detail (like its opposite that a distant background should contain less detail)? I note that in this painting you left the foreground vague. Thanks!

Tim Wilmot

Thank you Janet and thanks for registering. I believe the foreground and background are left simple. Focus is on the middle ground.

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